Many dogs entering a shelter are dirty and ungroomed. It is sad to know that “less than half of the three million dogs entering shelters each year are getting the necessary grooming they need.” One reason that Wahl has teamed up with GreaterGood.org for Shelter Dog Makeovers. Wahl is donating funds plus grooming supplies to shelters nationwide. This year, their main goal is to transform more than 20,000 dogs and help them get ready to find their forever homes.
Wahl’s Dirty Dogs Before & After Gallery
“A first impression at the shelter is incredibly important for adoptions. The goal of the Dirty Dogs Before & After Gallery is to inspire people to volunteer their time grooming and bathing animals at their local shelter, or to donate much-needed money and supplies.” – Noah Horton, Director of Operations at GreaterGood.org
Every Shelter Dog Deserves A Fresh Start!
Since 2012, Wahl has helped shelters nationwide. With Wahl’s pet shampoo, there are more than 90,000 shelter dog makeovers. On the Dirty Dogs Before & After Gallery, hundreds of these shelter dog transformations have been captured. We invite you to visit dirtydogsgallery.com. Also, on the site, you’ll be able to search for adoptable dogs in their area and learn more about their stories plus share them on social media.
Best Shelter Dog Makeover
6th Dirty Dogs Contest: August 8 – 21, 2017
Help a rescue organization by voting for your favorite shelter dog transformation. There will be three winners: First place takes home $5,000, second place receives $2,000, and third place earns $1,000. To vote, visit the Wahl Pets Facebook Page. Winners will be announced August 22, 2017. In addition to dog shampoo, Wahl offers other products like doggie deodorants and wipes. Visit WahlHomeProducts.com for more information. Be social with Wahl Pets on Facebook and Twitter.
“It’s amazing the impact grooming can have on a dog’s appearance, health and overall quality of life.” – Noah Horton, Director of Operations at GreaterGood.org
Support Shelter Dogs!
Vote for your favorite Shelter Dog Makeovers in America at www.DirtyDogsContest.com